I have been trying to follow the Moore Formula in our homeschooling adventure. (See my post about the Moore Formula.) One of the things that the Moore Formula includes is service for others. I always feel like this area needs work in our family, but I’m happy to report that my children, especially my daughter, have been busy with service the last couple of weeks and will be busy for a couple more. I am leading out in a five-week-long four-nights-a-week Bible class for children. My daughter has been preparing the crafts. A friend has been doing most of the cutting, but my daughter has been individually packaging everybody’s crafts. That might not sound huge, but we prepare twenty crafts and have twenty nights, so she’ll have done four hundred crafts by the time we’re finished.

Zippy learning to use a heat sealer

Here she is sealing off one of the crafts with the heat sealer.

Zippy showing off one of the four hundred crafts that she has to package

She proudly shows off one of the two hundred packages that she’s already finished!

3 thoughts on “Service

  • March 19, 2009 at 9:07 pm

    What a great project she's doing and so helpful!


    Time Well Spent

  • March 22, 2009 at 6:31 pm

    Great Job! Good for your dd.



  • December 31, 2011 at 11:42 pm

    Hi. I would love to look at your post about the Moore homeschooling method. When I click on it, it says that it is not found or been moved to a different page.
    Thanks for your help.

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